Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (09 March 2023)

Ethiopian Airlines was awarded the Cargo Airline Performance Award at the Brussels Airport Aviation Awards for its significant contribution to the development of Brucargo. The airline also achieved an impressive 8% growth in traffic and currently operates seven weekly scheduled flights between Brussels and Addis Ababa. The other nominees in this category were Air Belgium, Qatar Airways, Sichuan Airlines, and Singapore Airlines.

The Aviation Awards, which have been organized by Brussels Airport since 2007, aim to reward airlines and partners for their exceptional performance in categories such as punctuality and performance, network development, and safety and environment. This year, awards were presented in 11 different categories, including the Punctuality Awards for short and long-haul airlines, Cargo Awards for stakeholders and partners, Environment and Safety Awards, and Network Development Awards for airlines that start new routes or achieve significant growth in passengers or cargo volumes.

Other notable winners included Air Europa for Short Haul Airline Punctuality, Qatar Airways for Long Haul Airline Punctuality, Aviapartner Cargo for the Brucargo Award, Expeditors for the Logistic Provider Award, Safran Aircraft Engine Services Belgium for the Environment Award, Brussels Airlines Maintenance for the Safety Award, Transavia for the Short Haul Airline Network Development Award, and United Airlines for the Long Haul Airline Network Development Award. TUI fly also received the Diamond Award for their exceptional performance and dedication to their passengers.

Source: Aviation


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Hanna is an aspiring economist in her final year at Addis Ababa University. She has written hundreds of insightful daily stories, analyses, and features about the Ethiopian economy and beyond.

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